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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: a buzzing sound
The cables always a usual suspect, but if you are using a tube mic, wich have their own power supply, you don't use phantom power and it can damage the mics power supply, so take phantom power off that mic and if that doesn't cure the buzz then I would change the cable next.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
SOURCE: Rode NT2 got Phantom!
Well... Rode NT2's are condenser mic's that require phantom power to work. So the phantom switch should be on. When you turn phantom power on you usually hear a bump sound (through the amplifier). In this case, nothing is broken.
Your picture is of a Rode Videomic (not an NT2) which is a stereo mic for video cameras. If you had some kind of stereo mini to (single) XLR adaptor, and put phantom power through it, the mic would probably be damaged. But maybe not... just try again without phantom power to see. a stereo mic won't work very well with the Mbox Mini because it only has one mic preamp.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
SOURCE: Adobe Audition 3 Not Sensing Mic
Check the input and output settings. Look in the preferences or settings menu for "i/o settings" or "i/o setup." You're going to set it from the default internal mic input to this one. It sounds like it may be that simple.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
SOURCE: im not sure if its
First, Make sure you are speaking into the front of the microphone. there should be a logo or brand name at the front to show you. because of the cardioid pattern, sounds behind the mic are not picked up; good if the sound you want to isolate is at the front, not so good if it's at the back. Second, make sure the gain on the fast track is turned up. And third, try using a different program. It's unlikely to be the problem, but if it is, it's an easy fix.
Posted on Jan 20, 2011
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